This week I look at the merry-go-round of job opportunities in our sector plus consider autumn renovations and disease prevention.
I'm sure many golf-related venues would relish the opportunity to host a BIGGA-organised outdoors 'festival of turf' - which I believe has enormous potential to benefit the industry.
This week's WEB ONLY story is BIGGA's BTME event will not take place in January 2021 as anticipated, with the association promising an alternative ‘festival of turf’ planned for summer 2021.
BASIS say the explosion in Beirut has focussed attention on ammonium nitrate and the need to store it properly.
Head of consultancy, Richard Stuttard, and head of business development, Andrew Brooker have been promoted as STRI directors from 3 August 2020.
UCL Groundsman of the Year, Carel Fourie has praised Headland Amenity for the improvements seen to the surface at Welby Road.
Stuart Vause, head groundsman at Castleford Tigers, says he's seen improvements to the playing surface since using Mansfield products.
Polaris Britain dealer, Reiver Garage Services, has expanded its offering with the manufacturer's recreational product line-up, including the RZR.
Reesink Turfcare has announced a package promotion offering a deal on four models in the TYM tractor range.
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